Camera+ 2 on Apple iPhones has 48 MP capabilities before the 48 MP camera in the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro is available


LateNiteSoft has released Camera+ 22, a new edition of its camera software that incorporates a few new features. Apple’s iOS 15.0, iPadOS 15.0, and watchOS 6.0 are required to run Camera+ 22. An additional 165.9MB of storage space is required for the software to run on the iOS platform.

On the other hand, the developer has introduced UltraRes, a feature that enables users to upscale regular 12MP photographs to 48MP. Coincidentally, 48 megapixels is the native resolution of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Maximo cameras. As stated by LateNiteSoft, the UltraRes feature is based on a machine learning system that has been trained on millions of photographs.

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According to the developer, even at full resolution, UltraRes photographs should have the same sharpness as normal 12 MP ones. If you have a current iOS or iPadOS device, you can use the developer’s UltraRes technology to enhance existing photographs. This software allows UltraRes to be used on the iPhone 11, 9th generation iPad, iPad mini 6, and 3rd generation iPad Pro.

In addition, LateNiteSoft has updated Camera+ 22 to make it more user-friendly on larger screens. A subscription model, on the other hand, starts at $3.99 a month and goes up from there. An annual subscription costs $17.99, while a lifetime subscription costs $24.99 (USD). Thanks to LateNiteSoft, existing customers are not being forced to switch from a free to paid subscription. On iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS, Camera+ 22 is now available for free download.

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